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searching for the maiden name of my great-grandmother Riva/Rivke BERENSON #ukraine

Molly Staub
 

 

I’ve tried to solve this brick wall problem for years. However, with the surge of new researchers lately, perhaps someone will have an answer.  I’m searching for the maiden name of my great-grandmother Riva/Rivke Berenson (married to Yishea/Ovshiy Berenson – don’t know when he died). She was a midwife in Krasnoye, Podolia Gubernia, Ukraine. Several of her children (born between 1868 and about 1884) had left for London by 1901 (appearing on that Great Britain Census). Family lore says she traveled to London to visit them and even spoke at a school for midwifery, but I haven’t found a passport or any record.  I know of a family of landsmen in Krasnoye where she delivered all of their Loigman children, between 1887 and 1904. Does any of this sound familiar to anyone?

 

Molly Arost Staub, Boca Raton, FL 
 M.A. in Journalism

E-mail staubmolly@...

 

 


Re: Unsure if these are names. #names

Joe Lewis
 

I have relatives with the names of Louis and Bryna, but on the ship manifests for their immigration to the US from Russia in the 1800's and early 1900's, they appear as Leiser/Leizer and Breine (male and female, respectively).

I can't speak to the origin of Cerne.

Joe Lewis,  Sherman Oaks, California
joelewis.cpa@...


Re: downloading an image #general

Max Heffler
 

Did you try right-clicking on the image? If that is not an option you can use Print Screen key or other screen capture programs

 

From: main@... [mailto:main@...] On Behalf Of Lisa via groups.jewishgen.org
Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2020 2:48 AM
To: main@...
Subject: [JewishGen.org] downloading an image #general

 

I found a record on JewishGen, and when I clicked through, I found an image here:

http://www.lvva-raduraksti.lv/en/menu/lv/7/ig/7/ie/3411/book/28664.html

And I can't see any way to download it.  Is there a trick to it?

Thanks,
Lisa

 

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Re: 2020 US Census - further thoughts #general

Jim Gutterman
 

I think things and records etc will first have to evolve as different electronic capabilities, software etc also develop. For instance, those of us  family trees we put out with Ancestry and other services will make things hugely easier for subsequent generations. Births, deaths, citizenship will likely be recorded n stored electronically by various govt or other entities. Just in general, the hunt will be different, but imo will be easier to find things. No more poring over handwritten n often inaaccurate manifests...

James Gutterman <james.gutterman@...>

researching GUTTERMAN, GUTMAN, GOODMAN,GELLER, LANDESMAN, OCHS, HERSHKOVITZ


Rabbi David of Novarodok (Galya Mesechet)-19th century #belarus #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Researching family tree of the rabbi of Novarodok, during the 19th
century, Rabbi David be Moshe (of Klezk), also known for his book
"Galya Mesechet". One son, Moshe, married HOROWITZ from Minsk and
adopted the HOROWIT0Z family name. A son-in-law, RABINOVITCH,
published his above mentioned book.

One reply which I received in the past when asking for David's family
name, was TCHEMERINSKY but checking with some members of this family
they did not know of the above Rabbi David.

I have reason to believe that we are somehow related.

TIA  Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem   yonibenari@...


Birth and marriage records needed CAPSON family Brooklyn, NY #usa

Rachelle Litt
 

I am looking for a marriage record and birth record for David CAPSON of Brooklyn, NY  David was born June 13, 1908 in Newark NJ and died June 8, 1988. I do not have the spouse's name except that it may have been Yudl?? in yiddish.  There is a marriage in Browad Fl in 1983 but that was not the first marriage. There is also a grandfather by the same name who was married to Elke Sobolovsky and is from the town of Sabelwski ??Russia per his wife Sadie's Naturalization papers. Sadie was from Tarnopol. I am also looking for any information on David and Elke from Russia that can be found. The CAPSON, family is related to the BECK  family and I am also looking for that link. 
--Researching: CAPSON< BECK< SIMON< SEVACK< SOBOLOVSKY 

Rachelle Litt,  Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
rliuttrph@...


Seeking 1940 ship name and manifest Lisbon to Mozambique Portugal Lourenço Marques #general

Della Peretti
 

Subject: Seeking 1940 ship name and manifest Lisbon to Mozambique #Portugal #Lourenço Marques #Mozambique #shipmanifest

My grandmother’s sister Rose PODLIASHUK, née KODRIANSKY and her husband Max fled Lisbon to Lourenço Marques in Mozambique between late-June and mid-July 1940. I believe their arrival date was on or before August 18. They were stranded there for a year after the ZamZam, the boat they were supposed to take to Palestine, was torpedoed by the Germans in the mid-Atlantic. They arrived in Palestine in mid-August 1941 by plane to Istanbul and then sea plane to Tiberias.

I am looking for the name of the ship they took to get to Mozambique, the manifest, and any other information about the route or the voyage.

Thank you for reading and responding to this.

Della Peretti,  Oakland, CA
KODRIANSKY, PODLIASHUK, MANTCHIK, GITNIK


Yom HaShoah 2020/5780 #JewishGenUpdates #holocaust

Avraham Groll
 

As we observe Yom HaShoah, we are sharing this message from Joyce Field – a devoted volunteer for more than two decades, and past Vice President of JewishGen. During her tenure, she established the Yizkor Book project, Burial Registry (JOWBR) and Holocaust Collection.
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Observing Yom HaShoah within the context of the COVID-19 Pandemic has led me to somber reflection. The isolation we are experiencing has reinforced how important the bonds of community truly are, and that life’s meaning is intertwined with family and community.

But it also made me ever cognizant of the challenges and hardships that families experienced just 75 years ago during the Holocaust. While we are physically isolated, we have the luxury of modern technology to keep us safe, entertained, and in constant communication with family and friends.

In contrast, what strength it must have taken for Holocaust Survivors to endure long periods of isolation, permeated by fear and dread of the unknown, without food, water or anything to keep them occupied.

With these thoughts in mind, I am ever so grateful for having had the opportunity to actively participate in, and lead, JewishGen’s important work for so many years. Every moment was meaningful, infused with purpose, and it provided me with a tremendous sense of community. Most importantly, it allowed me to directly create projects and initiatives which, until this very day, help memorialize the Jewish people who were murdered during the Shoah, and their communities whose culture, customs, history and heritage was nearly eradicated.

The word “Yizkor” means “remembrance.” On this day devoted to remembering the Holocaust, and its victims, please do your share to remember our ancestors. Search the Holocaust Collection, or the burial registry. Read through the translations of Yizkor Books, and make sure that the richness of Jewish communal life before the Holocaust will never be forgotten.

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Re: age of majority in Hungary in 1938? #hungary

Ava Forking
 

Age of majority was 24. My father had to wait for his 24th birthday in order to marry my mother, because his father did not give consent. He became 24 in October 27, 1939 and got married November 12


Re: Site cite: name adoption list Gailingen #germany

rene.loeb@...
 

Am 1. März 2003 um 10:39 Uhr schrieb "Wolfgang Fritzsche" <W.Fritzsche@...>:
www.AHB.de/AHB/links_e.htm
Hallo Herr Fritsche,

die links für die Namensadoptionslisten führen nicht zu diesen sondern zur Kurparkklinik, Hessen!

Gruss
René Loeb


downloading an image #general

Lisa Liel
 

I found a record on JewishGen, and when I clicked through, I found an image here:

http://www.lvva-raduraksti.lv/en/menu/lv/7/ig/7/ie/3411/book/28664.html

And I can't see any way to download it.  Is there a trick to it?

Thanks,
Lisa


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Re: UNSURE IF THESE ARE NAMES ! Leiser, Breine #names

Shelley Mitchell
 

Leiser/Leisor/Lazar is male.
My Lazar was a Leo/Leon.
I believe Breine is the equivalent of Bruche. My Bruche was a Bertha.
--
Shelley Mitchell 
NYC
searching KONIGSBERG/KINIGSBERG, TERNER, MOLDAUER, SCHONFELD - Kolomyya PLATZ - DELATYN. All Galicia.


Re: UNSURE IF THESE ARE NAMES ! #names

Barbara Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Leiser/Leizer is a male name. It’s a short form of Eliezer. But he could have used any name in the “new world."

Cerne and Breine/Bryna are female names. No equivilants. My secular name is Barbara, but my religious name is Breindel (a diminutive of Brina. But I, my cousin Bina, and another cousin Ruth all have the religious name Breindel.

Barbara Mannlein
Tucson, AZ

On Apr 20, 2020, at 4:20 PM, Marilyn Weinman <marilynweinman@...> wrote:
In looking over documents and letters from a brother of my Grandfather, I've noticed what i believe are names of children, biut I'm not sure if these are male or female names, or if they're even names at all !!
The words, that appear to be names are Leiser,Cerne,and Breine
Can someone please help me with this, and also if they are names, are there English, or American equivalents.


Re: UNSURE IF THESE ARE NAMES ! #names

sharon yampell
 

Leiser or Leizer ….Male name…in my family, Louis

Breine or Brane…Female name…in my family, Bertha

 

Sharon F. Yampell

Voorhees, NJ USA

GenealogicalGenie@...

 

From: Marilyn Weinman
Sent: Monday, April 20, 2020 8:53 PM
To: main@...
Subject: [JewishGen.org] UNSURE IF THESE ARE NAMES ! #names

 

In looking over documents and letters from a brother of my Grandfather, I've noticed what i believe are names of children, biut I'm not sure if these are male or female names, or if they're even names at all !! 
The words, that appear to be names are Leiser,Cerne,and Breine
Can someone please help me with this, and also if they are names, are there English, or American equivalents.
Thanks so much, and Be well everyone !
--
Marilyn Weinman

 


Translation of the Memorial Book of Drohitchin (Drahichyn), Belarus available at reduced price #YizkorBooks#Belarus

Joel Alpert
 

Yizkor Books in Print is happy to make this book available at severely
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Translation of the Memorial Book of Sokoly, Poland available at reduced price #yizkorbooks #poland

Joel Alpert
 

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Translation of the Memorial Book of Dusiat (Dusetos), Lithuania available at reduced price #YizkorBooks#Litvak

Joel Alpert
 

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Translation of the Memorial Book of Rokitno-Wolyn, Ukraine available at reduced price #ukraine #yizkorbooks

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Translation of the Sierpc Memorial Book, Poland available at reduced price #Yizkorbooks#poland

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Re: Koltenon and Kamorannka - cities in Russia? Latvia? #lithuania #russia #latvia

Herbert Lazerow
 

There are apparently many towns so small or currently abandoned that they cannot currently be located. A relative of mine was supposedly from Kolpuki and and another from Komasic, towns supposedly in the vicinity of Velizh in the Vitebsk guberniya, but I have been unable to find them. Kolpuki does not seem like a far stretch from your Koltenon.
Bert